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Cas



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Cas
I know, I know Flat Assembler includes an example of a DPMI-based program source for DOS, but it's too short and simple and I don't get the idea of how I can take advantage of CWSDPMI to work freely with all the RAM. Can anybody explain me or tell me where I can find examples and detailed explanation of the different functions of this thing? Confused

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Post 26 Feb 2004, 05:21
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decard



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CWSDPMI offers you "standard" DPMI interface via int 0x31. For DPMI reference, look here: http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/doc/dpmi/. Unfortunatelly I have no examples of using CWSDPMI under FASM, but with this doc you should be able to find out how to work in DOS Protected Mode Interface Wink

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Post 26 Feb 2004, 09:04
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Cas



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Thank you. I will check. I hope I can download it.

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